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Lexmark Optra N

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Lexmark Optra N - Printer - B/W - laser - A3 - 600 dpi x 600 dpi - up to 24 ppm - capacity: 1100 sheets - parallel, serial

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    The Optra N is a 600dpi laser printer for your PC from Lexmark. The Optra N comes with 4MB of RAM, and is the same fast, dependable, networkable laser printer you would expect from the Optra line of printers.

    The Optra N features PostScript Level 2 and enhanced PCL 5 emulations as standard giving you the flexibility you require. Print speeds can reach an impressive 24 pages-per-minute for up to 600dpi printing of 8.5' X 11', and 13 pages-per-minute at 600dpi for 11' x 17'. Paper handling consists of an upper input tray that holds 500-sheets of up to legal size and with another 500-sheet lower tray for up to 11' X 17' paper. There is also a 100 sheet multipurpose feeder that extends the total paper capacity to 1, 100 right out of the box! Other additional paper trays and a duplexing option are available as accessories. Media supported includes a wide range from plain paper to envelopes, card stock, and labels. The printer comes standard with 4MB of RAM, expandable to a maximum 64MB. The Optra N also offers an optional 100MB hard drive for storage of fonts and the like. The included MarkVision print management utility provides setup, configuration, and monitoring on Mac OS 7.x, OS/2 Warp, Windows 95, Windows 3.1 or Windows for Workgroups 3.x, and UNIX workstations.